Yeti Cycles SB140 Turq T2 X01 Eagle AXS Mountain Bike

Yeti Cycles SB140 Turq T2 X01 Eagle AXS Mountain Bike
Yeti Cycles SB140 Turq T2 X01 Eagle AXS Mountain Bike
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SB140 Turq T2 X01 Eagle AXS Mountain Bike by Yeti Cycles
With the growing popularity of 29ers throughout the sport, Yeti has spent the last few years refining their big-wheeled lineup with the SB100, SB130, and SB150. While the wagon wheels certainly have their place when it comes to covering ground as quickly as possible, it's hard to beat the swift, responsive handling of a good 27. 5in trail bike that inspires you to take all the bonus lines and jib off every trail feature in sight. Fortunately, Yeti hasn't forgotten that plenty of us ride bikes for the pure fun of it all, and that many of us still prefer the way that the tweener wheel size handles on our favorite trails. That's why we're happy to offer the Yeti SB140 Turq T2 X01 with XO1 AXS drivetrain. Equipped with 140mm of plush yet supportive Switch Infinity rear travel, a bump-gobbling 160mm Fox fork, a confidence-inspiring 65-degree head tube angle, and a 77-degree seat tube angle for efficient pedaling, the SB140 is made to dominate any trail and put a smile on your face while doing it. Epic rides on raw backcountry singletrack' Sure. Hot laps at the bike park' You bet. Enduro racing' Of course, if that's your thing. So go ahead, drag your handlebars through a berm, try new jumps and drops, pedal all day long, because the SB140 can do it all with unmatched precision and control. The SB140's progressive geometry offers a steep and peppy 77-degree seat tube angle that's ideal for soaring up climbs, and hammering on pedals when you hit a buff section of flat, but this doesn't come at the cost of a compromised descent. Yeti crafts the front-end of the SB140 with a 65-degree head tube angle that's ideal to pair with a short-offset 160mm fork to soak up deep rock gardens, drops to flat, and terrain that might have you questioning your line choice. While the 27. 5 wheels and peppy 140mm rear travel might have you thinking that this bike is all play, the long wheelbase and low bottom bracket height will tell you otherwise. It stays composed under pressure, ...

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